Equality Heals Africa

EHA

Our Vision

We envision a Country and Continent where all people are equally empowered and living free from discrimination, invisibility, violence and isolation.

Our Mission

To empower, equip and liberate all those at the margins of the society through education, capacity building, vocational skills in order to resist dependence-syndrome while defending their rights in this volatile situation where the community conspires to make them misfits or second-class citizens.

As indicated above, part of EHA’s target group are persons doubly marginalized in that the few who manage to escape often find that conditions in their countries of transit are not much better than those they fled. They are often targeted for violence by local authorities or civilians.

The scant survival resources normally available to other refugees are often closed off to them. Therefore, the Organization affirms the need to ensure that any official body handling the beneficiaries who choose to is able to understand the myriad issues and manage these cases sensitively and appropriately.

Services provided for: 
Bisexual Men
Disabled People
People Over 50
Bisexual Women
Gay Men
Lesbians/Gay Women
Trans People/People with gender histories
Young People
Key areas of work: 
Advocacy
Counselling
Education
Equal Opportunities/Discrimination
Gender
Health Care
Housing/Homelessness
Legal Advice
Networks
Self-help/Support Group
Training
Volunteering
Contact details
+256 701 660 404
Address: 
Kampala
Nangabo-Matugga
256 WAK
Meeting times: 
12pm-1pm
Opening hours (if applicable): 
8am-4pm

 

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Events

Thursday, June 27, 2019 - 17:00 to 19:00
Thursday, July 4, 2019 - 17:00 to 19:00